Leather District, Boston Condo gets a "Southwestern" makeover

The complete interior renovation of this three level condominium located in the Leather District in Boston, MA posed some unusual requests and and unique challenges.  Firstly, we had to figure out how to place a 12' long fish tank into the unit, located on the sixth floor.  We transformed the drywall walls into curved, undulating stucco surfaces and created floor pattern definitions that would emphasize the flow of the stucco.  The client requested no walls be located around the bathroom, which is open to the rest of the unit.  Wide plank hickory and Jerusalem stone tile make up the floor surfaces.  Handrails and stair treads and risers are constructed of used staging planks for that weathered, old style look.  To add to its unique flavor, no doors were put on the kitchen cabinets, which were formed out of the same stucco material used on the walls.